Dot Dot Dot: Are bitcoins the next seismic shift?
From marriage equality to bitcoins, there's some big shifts in the Wild West of the Internet these days.
Dot Dot Dot: Your keyboard just might change the world
Now you can start a company by asking for $5 investments. And what's more, those $5 investments are actually meaningful.
Anything is possible (especially at SXSW)
SXSW is changing the world. And it has a particularly special place in the heart of all Daily Dotters.
Dot Dot Dot: From guns and ammo to bits and bytes
There's a new kind of world war going on. And a new kind of weapon needed.
Dot Dot Dot: Are LOLcats Pop art or Internet detritus?
"Wasting" time—the provence of the Internet and great art alike. Who's to say which is which?
Dot Dot Dot: We are all outlaws online
The Internet's got a weird affinity for anti-heros. Maybe it's because we're all anti-heroes of a sort.
Why Facebook content farming is bad for your health
From Borges to Bridget Jones to bots, Facebook content is sketchier than it seems.
Dot Dot Dot: Beatboxing our way to a better us
How beatboxing can lead the way to serious self-improvement.
Dot Dot Dot: The human face of change
There's nothing more powerful than looking simply and directly at another person.
The Internet in 2012: Our finest dreams and worst nightmares
The Internet in 2012 showed us the best and the worst of human nature, from Violentacrez and the bronies, to a wellspring of political ideas and outpourings of support and generousity.
How you can help Sandy Hook Elementary School
The Daily Dot has partnered with CrowdTilt to raise money for essential school and office supplies for the teachers and staff of the Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Dot Dot Dot: Deck the halls with a little Internet holiday cheer
How the Internet is celebrating the holidays this year.
Dot Dot Dot: How will the Internet govern itself?
It's the early (yet critical) days of figuring out how to govern—and legislate—the Internet.
Dot Dot Dot: When the Internet goes to war
The current conflict in Israel is being fought on three fronts, and two of them are online.